3.45 inch Firstview spear / dart point found in Otero County, New Mexico by Brandon Hightower. Sometimes I wonder if Firstview points really weren't just variations of Eden points. This one can go either way, but both authenticators went with Firstview for the type. This point was made one or two thousand years after Shadows on the Trail took place, but it is still pretty old, somewhere between 9,500 to 7,500 years old. John Branney Collection.
hybridfairy: “ lunablivion: “ Beautiful Native American fire opal blade. ” Kill me with this ”
Three Pre-Historic, Lower Palaeolithic Flint Stone Tools (France)
Native American Spears, Indian weapon spears and spearheads
Cro-magnon spears like this one were lighter than those used by the neandertals, who used there spears at short range for jabbing at objects. Cro-magnon spears were made of various materials such as bone softened and shaped to what you want and various types of flint.
4 inch long Angostura spear / knife form, surface found on private land in Sedgwick County, Colorado and made from an almost white quartzite. Prehistorically damaged edge. John Branney Collection
Flint stones from a UK beach
Agate Basin Point | Paleo-Indian Agate Basin style spear point of black obsidian -- 2009 ...
"Behemoth" Bolen [WR Bolen] Thought to be the largest Dovetail Bolen ever recovered and at nearly 7 INCHES long - it is an amazing relic.Very nice thin slab with outstanding flaking, color, and workmanship. Regarded as one the premier notched points ever recovered in the Deep South. The edgework still has a couple of the striking platforms left for the ancient master to remove a couple of thinning flakes by masterful percussion. In excellent condition, with outstanding color bands.